|Uniya - Jesuit Social Justice Centre||CONTENTS||Spring 1995|
|24 Roslyn St
PO Box 522
Kings Cross NSW 2011
|Tel: +61 2 356 3888
Fax: +61 2 356 3021
Silence over mental health.
||The Burdekin Inquiry alerted middle Australia to a lack of mental
health services. Maryann Keady reviews the national
response so far.
The courage of women.
||The Royal Commission into corruption in the
NSW police force focussed on activities in Kings Cross.
Sister Noelene reflects on
another reality at the cross.
East Timor -
The springs of justice.
|For many the struggle of the East Timorese simply will not go away.
Mauro di Nocola outlines some reasons why.
|There is a chance that the nations of the world will ban
landmines, wholly or partially, this year.
Maryann Keady writes about these developments.
Loss of stories, Loss of Life.
Alex McDonald looks at the cycle from youth homelessness
Euthanasia in the Territory.
||Legislation on euthanasia was recently passed in the
Northern Territory and is proposed in other states.
Bill Uren SJ reviews some developments in
the euthanasia debate.
Refugees and the JRS.
Fr Mark Raper heads the international Jesuit Refugee
Service. Mark explains how his involvement with JRS developed.
Jesuit Social Centres.
|In April and May,
Peter Hosking SJ visited Jesuit Social Centres in India,
the Philippines, Indonesia, Taiwan, Japan and Korea.
Last modified: 17 Nov 1995.
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